Petraeus: War in Ukraine ‘looks very dire indeed for Vladimir Putin’

Former CIA Director and retired Gen. David Petraeus said the war in Ukraine “looks very dire indeed for [Russian President] Vladimir Putin” in that Ukraine has outmaneuvered Russia throughout the conflict. Petraeus told radio talk show host John Catsimatidis on “The Cats Roundtable” on WABC 770 AM that Putin has found himself in an “irreversibly … Read more

Breast Cancer Australia: Sisters diagnosed within six weeks of each other

Two sisters who were diagnosed with breast cancer within six weeks of each other have revealed how they worked together to overcome the disease. Aisling, 50, and Margaret Cunningham, 46, from Brisbane, received the earth-shattering news in August, 2020. Margaret was standing in front of the mirror when she noticed one of her breasts looked … Read more

After 8 Years Of Hard Work, India’s ‘Mangalyaan’ Runs Out Of Fuel: Report

The Rs 450 crore Mars Orbiter Mission was launched onboard PSLV-C25 in 2013.(File) Bengaluru: India’s Mars Orbiter craft has run out of propellant and its battery drained beyond the safe limit, fueling speculation that the country’s maiden interplanetary mission ‘Mangalyaan’ may have finally completed its long innings. The Rs 450 crore Mars Orbiter Mission was … Read more

‘Interview with the Vampire’ has an undying legacy. Look inside its TV rebirth

CNN — It’s been nearly half a century since “Interview with the Vampire” was published, leaving its mark on popular culture. Penned by the late Anne Rice, the book became the first of the “Vampire Chronicles,” which include 12 follow-up novels. “Interview” itself was adapted into a 1994 feature film starring Brad Pitt and Tom … Read more

Lula leads opinion polls as Brazil votes in tense presidential contest

Supporters of Brazil’s presidential candidate for the leftist Workers Party (PT) and former President (2003-2010), Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, show the “L” symbol elusive to Lula presidential campaign before a rally in Salvador, Bahia state, Brazil, on September 30, 2022. Arisson Marinho | Afp | Getty Images Brazilians cast their votes on Sunday in … Read more

Venice, Florida, residents rally to rescue people and livestock

VENICE, Florida – Battling rising floodwaters on boat and horseback, rescuers plucked stranded residents from their homes and herded cattle to higher ground as the Myakka River overflowed its banks Saturday. Locals and rescuers, long familiar with how hurricanes push water into their neighborhoods, said Hurricane Ian drove unusually high flooding, which came three days … Read more

Tua Tagovailoa expected to be interviewed as part of NFL-NFLPA investigation into QB’s quick return from injury, sources say

Tua Tagovailoa is expected to be interviewed early this week in the NFL and NFL Players Association’s joint investigation of the injured Miami Dolphins quarterback’s quick return to last weekend’s game against the Buffalo Bills, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The league and players’ association indicated Saturday that their review is ongoing while adding they … Read more